The first day of the the International Consumer Electronic Show kicked off Tuesday and there was plenty to talk about.
Here’s a round-up of some of the more interesting findings at the annual gadget-fest that is the International CES under way in Las Vegas.
The whole world is suddenly in love with the 10-year Treasury note, and for U.S. consumers that could mean lower rates on mortgages.
Pfishing, fake trusts, and dubious donations are just a few of the frauds.
Here's a play that pays off as the stock market and bond yields slide.
Monster sued Beats Electronics over alleged "fraud and deceit" in the way it acquired control of the rights to the "Beats by Dr. Dre" headphones.
First images of the wreckage from AirAsia flight 8501, discovered in the Java Sea, have been released by the Indonesian government.
Trying to pick the bottom of oil's surprise price plunge may be tougher this time around, with analysts turning to non-traditional indicators to make predictions.
Budding Taiwanese whiskey maker Kavalan is making a big splash in the world of single malt, delighting the taste buds of connoisseurs globally.
A gunman opened fire at the Veterans Affairs medical center in Texas, killing one person, before killing himself. Neither victim was identified. NBC News reports.
Boeing delivered 723 jetliners in 2014, hitting its own target, setting an industry record and besting rival Airbus Group.
Put off by actively managed funds' subpar performance and fees, investors are putting more money into index funds and ETFs. Should you?
Intel Chief Executive showed off new products like a wristband that transforms into a flying camera, as Intel goes into wearable gadgets.
It's not just oil prices that are falling. From nickel to soybean oil, global commodity prices are on a steady decline.
This time wearables may really take off.
Now that $50 has been broken, chart analysts see oil headed here next. FYI—it's not pretty.
Starting this week, we're doing something new at CNBC's digital platforms: Laying the ground for charging for some types of content.
Oil may have room to fall, and traders on CNBC's "Fast Money" see opportunity to scoop up energy when it reverses course.
A collection of baseball cards from the 1870s received the highest appraisal of $1 million on the Antiques Roadshow TV show.
These credit cards offer low interest rates and can help cardholders pay off their holiday debt.